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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A description of micro- and macroscale damage of concrete structures Mazars, Jacky
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 729-737
9 p.
artikel
2 A fatigue crack propagation model Kujawski, D.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 695-704
10 p.
artikel
3 A framework for integrating databases with knowledge bases for structural engineering Soh, Chee-Kiong
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 903-921
19 p.
artikel
4 A generalized collocation method for stress analysis of cracked plates Li, Cheng-Xi
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1225-1229
5 p.
artikel
5 A mathematical approach of fracture macromechanics for strain-softening material Shu-Jin, Duan
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1175-1182
8 p.
artikel
6 A method for the assessment of hyperstatic cracked structures in the elastic–plastic regime Gorrochategui, I.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 519-535
17 p.
artikel
7 A methodology for crack tip mesh design Menandro, Fernando C.M.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 713-726
14 p.
artikel
8 A micromechanical damage model for concrete Krajcinovic, Dusan
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 585-596
12 p.
artikel
9 A micromechanical model for non-linear viscoelastic behavior of particle-reinforced rubber with distributed damage Schapery, R.A.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 845-867
23 p.
artikel
10 Analysis of a unidirectional, symmetric buffer strip laminate with damage Dharani, L.R.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 801-811
11 p.
artikel
11 Analysis of fatigue damage evolution and associated anisotropic elastic property degradation in random short-fiber composite Wang, S.S.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 829-844
16 p.
artikel
12 Analysis of first ply failure in composite laminates Dvorak, George J.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 763-770
8 p.
artikel
13 Analysis of interfacial cracks in a TBC/superalloy system under thermal loading Nusier, S.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 577-581
5 p.
artikel
14 Analysis of stiffness reduction of cracked cross-ply laminates Hashin, Z
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 771-778
8 p.
artikel
15 Analysis of the coupled effect of plastic damage and creep damage in nimonic 80A at finite deformation Murakami, S.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 693-704
12 p.
artikel
16 An automatic adaptive refinement procedure using triangular and quadrilateral meshes Lee, C.K.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 671-686
16 p.
artikel
17 A near optimal crack tip mesh Menandro, Fernando C.M.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 703-711
9 p.
artikel
18 A new type of extreme value distributions Kunin, B.
1997
112-113 5-6 p. 557-570
14 p.
artikel
19 An experimental cum numerical technique to determine dynamic interlaminar fracture toughness Verma, S.K.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 583-596
14 p.
artikel
20 An expert system approach to fracture mechanics Menandro, Fernando C.M.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 631-637
7 p.
artikel
21 An expert system in fracture mechanics Lee, Kung-Yan
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 609-629
21 p.
artikel
22 An integrated micromechanics and statistical continuum thermodynamics approach for studying the fracture behaviour of microcracked heterogeneous materials with delayed response Huet, Christian
1997
112-113 5-6 p. 459-463
5 p.
artikel
23 An intelligent data base system for composite material selection in structural design Chen, J.L.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 935-946
12 p.
artikel
24 Application of knowledge-based expert systems for rating highway bridges Issa, Mohsen A.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 923-934
12 p.
artikel
25 Applications of tensor functions to the formulation of constitutive equations involving damage and initial anisotropy Betten, Josef
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 573-584
12 p.
artikel
26 A semi-Markovian model for low-cycle elastic-plastic fatigue crack growth Al-Sugair, Faisal H.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1197-1207
11 p.
artikel
27 A statistical approach to upper yield of low carbon steel under non-uniform stress distribution Sakata, M.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 711-720
10 p.
artikel
28 A theory of localization of damage in creep Passman, Stephen L.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 597-603
7 p.
artikel
29 BEM based evaluation of SIFs using modified crack closure integral technique under remote and/or crack edge loading Mukhopadhyay, N.K.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 655-671
17 p.
artikel
30 Calculation of stress intensities at sharp notches in anisotropic media Labossiere, P.E.W.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 635-654
20 p.
artikel
31 Calendar 1997
112-113 5-6 p. 607-608
2 p.
artikel
32 Closed form stress intensity factor of an arbitrarily located inner-surface circumferential crack in an edge-restraint cylinder under linear radial temperature distribution Meshii, Toshiyuki
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 519-527
9 p.
artikel
33 Combination of finite element analysis and analytical crack tip solution for mixed mode fracture Haefele, Peter M.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 849-868
20 p.
artikel
34 Comparison of two methods to measure crack closure in ultra-high vacuum Pippan, R.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1075-1084
10 p.
artikel
35 Computational fracture mechanics: Research and application Liebowitz, H.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 653-670
18 p.
artikel
36 Crack branching: A “twin-crack” model based on macroscopic energy fracture criteria Theocaris, P.S.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1097-1107
11 p.
artikel
37 Crack initiation and propagation in materials with randomly distributed holes Al-Ostaz, Ahmed
1997
112-113 5-6 p. 395-420
26 p.
artikel
38 Crack modeling in FE analysis of circular tubular joints Cao, J.J.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 537-553
17 p.
artikel
39 Crack propagation in an orthotropic medium under general loading Viola, E.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1155-1174
20 p.
artikel
40 Crack propagation rate and failure life in biaxial low cycle fatigue at elevated temperatures Ohnami, Masateru
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 699-709
11 p.
artikel
41 Crack speed relations inferred from large SEN specimens of A533B steel Schwartz, C.W.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1209-1223
15 p.
artikel
42 Creep crack growth modeling and near tip stress fields Mover Jr, E.Thomas
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 601-621
21 p.
artikel
43 Creep rupture under tri-axial tension Hayhurst, D.R.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 645-664
20 p.
artikel
44 Cyclic AE count rate and crack growth rate under low cycle fatigue fracture loading Kang Yong Lee,
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1069-1073
5 p.
artikel
45 Damage constitutive relations for composite materials Lene, Francoise
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 713-728
16 p.
artikel
46 Damage-induced property changes in composites subjected to cyclic thermal loading Herakovich, Carl T.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 779-791
13 p.
artikel
47 Damage measurements Lemaitre, Jean
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 643-661
19 p.
artikel
48 Damage patterns and constitutive response of random matrix-inclusion composites Ostoja-Starzewski, M.
1997
112-113 5-6 p. 581-606
26 p.
artikel
49 Dislocation dynamics of crack-tip processes—Frequency observations and theoretical modeling Gerberich, W.W.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 505-518
14 p.
artikel
50 Ductile creep rupture of fibre bundles Chrzanowski, Marcin
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 681-688
8 p.
artikel
51 Dynamic analysis of cracks using boundary element method Chirino, Francisco
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1051-1061
11 p.
artikel
52 Dynamic energy release rate and fracture heat in polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) and a high-strength steel Zimmermann, C.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 777-782
6 p.
artikel
53 Dynamic response for non-homogeneous piezoelectric medium with multiple cracks Wang, B.L.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 607-617
11 p.
artikel
54 Dynamic stress intensity factors around two coplanar Griffith cracks in an orthotropic layer sandwiched between two elastic half-planes Itou, S.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1085-1095
11 p.
artikel
55 Editorial: Software survey section 1995
112-113 5-6 p. I-III
nvt p.
artikel
56 Editorial: Software survey section 1989
112-113 5-6 p. I-III
nvt p.
artikel
57 Editorial: Software survey section 1984
112-113 5-6 p. I-III
nvt p.
artikel
58 Effective stress-based finite element error estimation for composite bodies Choudhary, S.K.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 687-701
15 p.
artikel
59 Effect of a graded interlayer on the stress intensity factor of cracks in a joint under thermal loading Bleeck, O
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 615-623
9 p.
artikel
60 Effect of elastic mismatch in intersonic crack propagation along a bimaterial interface Wang, W.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 471-485
15 p.
artikel
61 Effect of thickness on the relationship between shear lip and energy in dynamic tear specimens Matthews, J.R.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 529-542
14 p.
artikel
62 Errata 1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1255-
1 p.
artikel
63 Examples of adaptive FEA in plasticity Sandhu, J.S.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 947-956
10 p.
artikel
64 Expansion of cracked fastener holes as a measure for extension of lifetime to repair Buxbaum, O.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 689-698
10 p.
artikel
65 Expert systems: A short introduction Liebowitz, Jay
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 601-607
7 p.
artikel
66 Fatigue and residual strength of composite laminates Rotem, A.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 819-827
9 p.
artikel
67 Fatigue crack growth analyses of offshore structural tubular joints Rhee, H.Chong
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1231-1239
9 p.
artikel
68 Fatigue crack growth in double cantilever beam specimen with an adhesive layer Abou-Hamda, M.M
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 605-614
10 p.
artikel
69 Fatigue crack initiation and growth under mixed mode loading in aluminum alloys 2017-T3 and 7075-T6 Otsuka, Akio
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 721-732
12 p.
artikel
70 Fatigue damage mechanisms and residual properties of graphite/epoxy laminates Daniel, I.M.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 793-808
16 p.
artikel
71 Fatigue failure identification by time series model Ermer, Donald S.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 705-718
14 p.
artikel
72 Fatigue of V-notched members: Short crack behavior and endurance limit Verreman, Yves
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 773-783
11 p.
artikel
73 Fracture analyses using spring networks with random geometry Bolander Jr., J.E.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 569-591
23 p.
artikel
74 Fracture toughness in the transition region Watanabe, Juro
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 589-600
12 p.
artikel
75 Fracture toughness—microstructure investigation of hyperbarically welded joints in offshore application Pandey, R.K.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1119-1129
11 p.
artikel
76 Fragmentation of rock by geometrical simulation of crack motion—I Gur, Y.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 783-800
18 p.
artikel
77 General solutions to an infinite plate weakened by a bent crack for the opening and sliding modes Zhang, Y.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1023-1029
7 p.
artikel
78 Hierarchical adaptive modeling of structural sandwiches and multilayered composite panels Noor, Ahmed K.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 801-817
17 p.
artikel
79 Hierarchical mesh adaptation of 2D quadrilateral elements Sandhu, J.S.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 727-735
9 p.
artikel
80 Index 1998
112-113 5-6 p. VII-
1 p.
artikel
81 Influence of material properties of SIFs determined by frozen stress Smith, C.W.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 555-568
14 p.
artikel
82 Influence of polycrystal grain size on fracture toughness of and fatigue threshold in Armco iron Srinivas, M.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 561-576
16 p.
artikel
83 Influence of spatial correlations on crack bridging by frictional fibres Movchan, N.V.
1997
112-113 5-6 p. 571-579
9 p.
artikel
84 Instability of dilutely voided material in uniaxial tension Jansson, Stefan
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 615-623
9 p.
artikel
85 Interaction of a crack with certain microcrack arrays Kachanov, Mark
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 625-636
12 p.
artikel
86 Interaction of torsional waves with an annular crack in an infinitely long cylinder Dhaliwal, R.S.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 729-733
5 p.
artikel
87 Investigation of mode III fracture toughness using an anti-clastic plate bending method Farshad, M.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 597-603
7 p.
artikel
88 Knowledge-based methods and smart algorithms in computational mechanics Tworzydlo, W.W.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 759-800
42 p.
artikel
89 Knowledge-based modeling of fracture of materials and structures Liebowitz, Harold
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 595-600
6 p.
artikel
90 Life prediction of butt welds containing welding defect Zheng, Xiulin
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1005-1011
7 p.
artikel
91 List of contents and author index volume 58, 1997 1997
112-113 5-6 p. III-V
nvt p.
artikel
92 List of contents and author index volume 34, 1989 1989
112-113 5-6 p. i-xii
nvt p.
artikel
93 Local approach of fracture Lemaitre, Jean
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 523-537
15 p.
artikel
94 Longitudinal vibration of a bar with a breathing crack Chondros, T.G.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 503-518
16 p.
artikel
95 Longitudinal vibration of a continuous cracked bar Chondros, T.G.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 593-606
14 p.
artikel
96 Mechanical and fracture behaviour of porous materials Bompard, Ph.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 627-642
16 p.
artikel
97 Mechanics and synergetics of the selfsimilar growth of a fatigue crack Ivanova, V.S.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 733-739
7 p.
artikel
98 Mesh adaptation in fluid mechanics Löhner, Rainald
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 819-831
13 p.
artikel
99 Mesh adaptation using a four-noded quadrilateral plate bending element Sandhu, J.S.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 737-758
22 p.
artikel
100 Modeling of brittle fracture based on the concept of crack trajectory ensemble Chudnovsky, A.
1997
112-113 5-6 p. 437-457
21 p.
artikel
101 Modeling of continuum damage for application in elastic-viscoplastic constitutive equations Bodner, S.R.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 705-712
8 p.
artikel
102 Multiple crack problems of antiplane elasticity in an infinite body Chen, Y.Z.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 767-775
9 p.
artikel
103 New insights into crack analysis: general solution vs LEFM Dubey, R.N.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 501-506
6 p.
artikel
104 Notch fatigue crack initiation studies in a high strength nickel base superalloy Coffin, L.F.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 485-503
19 p.
artikel
105 On a model of small fatigue cracks Barenblatt, G.I.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 623-626
4 p.
artikel
106 On crack closure and the notch size effect in fatigue McEvily, A.J.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 519-527
9 p.
artikel
107 On crack paths Broberg, K.B.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 663-679
17 p.
artikel
108 On paths of two equal collinear cracks Piva, A.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 735-741
7 p.
artikel
109 On stiffness and strength reduction of solids due to crack development Litewka, Andrzej
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 637-643
7 p.
artikel
110 On the creep crack growth prediction by a local approach Saanouni, K.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 677-691
15 p.
artikel
111 On the statistical characteristics of fatigue crack propagation Kimura, Yuji
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 795-803
9 p.
artikel
112 On the use of constraint parameter A 2 determined from displacement in predicting fracture event Yuh-Jin, Chao
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 487-502
16 p.
artikel
113 Prediction of fatigue life with an equivalent damage model Fu, Xiangjiong
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1241-1248
8 p.
artikel
114 Preface 1995
112-113 5-6 p. 591-594
4 p.
artikel
115 Preface Ostoja-Starzewski, Martin
1997
112-113 5-6 p. 393-
1 p.
artikel
116 Preface Bodner, S.R.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 503-504
2 p.
artikel
117 Preface 1987
112-113 5-6 p. v-
1 p.
artikel
118 Realization of single specimen analytical method of j1c determination by using compact tension loading Xiao Guang Ning,
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1013-1021
9 p.
artikel
119 Re-examination of cumulative fatigue damage analysis—an engineering perspective Manson, S.S.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 539-571
33 p.
artikel
120 Representation of mechanical behavior in the presence of internal damage Onat, E.T.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 605-614
10 p.
artikel
121 Representation of the displacement rate between the loading points in terms of applied stress and temperature and its relation to creep crack growth rate, C∗ , P and Q∗ parameters Yokobori Jr., A.Toshimttsu
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 805-816
12 p.
artikel
122 Slip-band behavior and crack initiation in polycrystalline copper under multiaxial low-cycle fatigue—a damage mechanics approach Inoue, T.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 665-675
11 p.
artikel
123 Smart computational fracture of materials and structures Liebowitz, H.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 639-651
13 p.
artikel
124 Statistical comparison of two fracture criteria Arone, R.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 821-829
9 p.
artikel
125 Statistical investigation of surface fatigue cracks in large-sized turbine rotor shaft steel Sasaki, S.K.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 761-772
12 p.
artikel
126 Stiffness properties of composite laminates with matrix cracking and interior delamination Talreja, Ramesh
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 751-762
12 p.
artikel
127 Stochastic approach to study fatigue of concrete Mihashi, Hirozo
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 785-793
9 p.
artikel
128 Stochastic loading and material inhomogeneity in fatigue crack propagation Dolinski, K.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 809-818
10 p.
artikel
129 Stress and failure analysis of composite structures Pachajoa, Mario E.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 883-902
20 p.
artikel
130 Stress concentration of a cylindrical bar with a V-shaped circumferential groove under torsion, tension or bending Nisitani, Hironobu
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 743-766
24 p.
artikel
131 Stresses at joints and cracks in highway and airport pavements Ramsamooj, D.V
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 507-518
12 p.
artikel
132 Stress intensity factors and T-stress inedge-cracked rectangular plates under mixed boundary conditions Fett, T.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 625-630
6 p.
artikel
133 Stress intensity factors for internal circumferential cracks in thin- and thick-walled cylinders Varfolomeyev, I.V.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 491-500
10 p.
artikel
134 Studies on the fracture mechanics parameters of weldment with mechanical heterogeneity Zhang, J.X.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1041-1050
10 p.
artikel
135 Study on cracked plates, shells and three dimensional bodies Chuntu, Liu
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 741-760
20 p.
artikel
136 Takeo Yokobori on his seventieth birthday 1987
112-113 5-6 p. vii-xviii
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artikel
137 The automated analysis of prestressed concrete poles for street lighting Al-Obaid, Y.F.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1031-1040
10 p.
artikel
138 The (cleavage) strength of pre-cracked polycrystals Armstrong, R.W.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 529-538
10 p.
artikel
139 The combined micro- and macro-fracture mechanics approach to engineering problems of strength Pisarenko, G.S.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 539-554
16 p.
artikel
140 The constant stress term Haefele, Peter M.
1995
112-113 5-6 p. 869-882
14 p.
artikel
141 The criterion for the unstable failure of cracked stainless steel piping subject to a combination of applied loadings Smith, E.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1139-1144
6 p.
artikel
142 The critical element model: A modeling philosophy Reifsnider, Kenneth L.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 739-749
11 p.
artikel
143 The effect of location on closure measurements after overloads Su, X.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1249-1253
5 p.
artikel
144 The effects of thermal shock waves on the crack initiation around a moving heat source Da Yu, Tzou
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1109-1118
10 p.
artikel
145 The experimental and numerical studies on arrest process of a running crack Zhen-Bang, Kuang
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1131-1138
8 p.
artikel
146 The fatigue failure criterion of the mixed model Mao-Hua Wang,
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 813-819
7 p.
artikel
147 The influence of non-metallic inclusion on the fracture behaviors of 25Mn-5Cr-1Ni austenitic steel Maekawa, I.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 577-587
11 p.
artikel
148 The micro- and macromechanics of creep rupture Leckie, F.A.
1986
112-113 5-6 p. 505-521
17 p.
artikel
149 The modelling of elastic response of a three-point bend specimen under impact loading Orynyak, I.V.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 563-575
13 p.
artikel
150 The nominal tensile strength of disordered materials: A statistical fracture mechanics approach Carpinteri, Alberto
1997
112-113 5-6 p. 421-435
15 p.
artikel
151 The problem of a Dugdale crack in a plate under normal bending Becker, W.
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1063-1067
5 p.
artikel
152 The solution of a displacement discontinuity for an anisotropic half-plane and its applications to fracture mechanics Wen, Pi-Hua
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1145-1154
10 p.
artikel
153 The unusual near-threshold FCG behavior of a single crystal superalloy and the resolved shear stress as the crack driving force Telesman, Jack
1989
112-113 5-6 p. 1183-1196
14 p.
artikel
154 Torsional oscillations by an annular disk on a semi-infinite cylinder embedded in an elastic half-space Dhaliwal, R.S.
1984
112-113 5-6 p. 719-727
9 p.
artikel
155 T-stress based fracture model for cracks in isotropic materials Selvarathinam, A.S.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 543-561
19 p.
artikel
156 T-stresses in rectangular plates and circular disks Fett, T.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 631-652
22 p.
artikel
157 Two general equations for deriving SIF expressions of some axisymmetric finite domain problems Qi-Zhi, Wang
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 619-634
16 p.
artikel
158 Warm prestressing and fractures in structural steel Cottrell, Alan
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 481-483
3 p.
artikel
159 Weld spot force evaluation with dented sheet material Radaj, D.
1998
112-113 5-6 p. 673-678
6 p.
artikel
160 Yokobori and the creep fracture story Taplin, D.M.R.
1987
112-113 5-6 p. 555-560
6 p.
artikel
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